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Unpacking a malware with libPeConv (Pykspa case study)

In one of the recent episodes of “Open Analysis Live!” Sergei demonstrated how to statically unpack the Pykspa Malware using a Python script. If you haven’t seen this video yet, I recommend you to watch, it is available here – … Continue reading

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Hook the planet! Solving FlareOn4 Challenge6 with libPeConv

Recently I started making a small library for loading and converting PE files (libpeconv – EARLY BETA available on my GitHub). In my previous post, I demonstrated how the Challenge 3 from FlareOn4 could be solved with it’s help: I … Continue reading

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Import all the things! Solving FlareOn4 Challenge 3 with libPeConv

Recently I started making a small library for loading and converting PE files (libpeconv, available on my GitHub). The library is still on early stages of development, so please don’t judge and don’t use it in any serious projects. The … Continue reading

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Introducing PE_unmapper

Recently I wrote a small tool, that can be used as a helper in malware analysis. Various malware types unpack their core modules in memory, load them and run. In order to unpack them fast, we can let the malware … Continue reading

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